Advice and tips to help you make your next purchase the correct purchase.
Doing your research can make the cardiac monitor speccing process easier.
Follow these top 10 tips when spec-ing a vehicle for your agency.
Information from monitors and astute clinical assessment is key to successful airway management.
Many factors to consider before buying new products.
Follow these guidelines for effective EMS training tips.
Your electronic patient care reporting system needs to do everything from capture patient signatures to wirelessly connect to the main server.
The right equipment and know-how can make a transport less scary for patients.
The proper tools and preparation are essential for successful MCI management.
Tips for maintaining a professional image to patients and the public.
It's important to be the resident expert on your agency's equipment.
It's important to know your vehicle's capabilities before you drive in harsh weather conditions.
Taking good care of your supplies means better patient care.
Crew prepares man for air medical transport to hospital.
AmbiCycle designed to transport patients from the scene to the hospital.
Training is part of broad outreach by the Department of Homeland Security to eradicate human trafficking.
Do so-called "after-market modifications" to devices and vehicles raise legal issues?
Grant to help create a new program to specifically respond to lower acuity and chronic disease conditions.
Bill would make it easier for states to expedite certification as civilian EMTs.
EMS providers must rely on their gut in addition to patients’ self-reported pain.
Gary Ludwig shares some tips on how to identify and handle a backstabber in your workplace.
Learning to sense “what is”—rather than make assumptions—can make you a better provider.
Research studies measure latest cardiac arrest data.
Polish Taxi Service Equips Drivers with AEDs.
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Evacuate from any multistory building.
For the evacuation of disabled or injured.
Evacuate non-ambulatory patients.
Provides true one-person operation.
Reduction in spinal load.
Cut risk of injury to caregivers.
Stryker Power-PRO is a hydraulically powered ambulance cot with industry-leading ergonomics. Foot end controls activate powered lifting and lower function for capacities up to 700 lbs. Operator safety and patient comfort are significantly improved.
Power-PRO XT powered ambulance cot dramatically reduces strenuous lifting and the associated risk of back injury.
SMRT — Stryker Managed Recharging Technology
Stryker Speed-Sheet is a unique approach to patient transfer.
Stair-PRO is scientifically proven to reduce the risk of operator injury. The operator position, adjustability of handles, angle of the track and the built-in descent control made Stair-PRO the safest chair in its product category.
Proven to reduce risk of injury.